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Hansen will never work with Lex Joon Racing again after road rage video

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

In a video shared by Street Outlaws star Bobby Ducote, Gerard Hansen is seen in a road rage incident. He was a maniac in the clip.

During the incident, Hansen was wearing an NHRA shirt. It is not clear if he is facing any criminal charges at this time.

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Road Rage (Photo by Pixabay)

In the video, he can be seen yelling at a woman. And trying to get into her vehicle.

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He then gets mad and hits her vehicle several times. We must state that we don’t know what caused the incident.

“Well, Mr. Gerard Hansen, the man that was claiming to open the NHRA Mississippi Motorsports Park in Hattiesburg showed his true side yesterday while my buddy Aaron Hatten’s sister in law had her children in the car,” Ducote said in a Facebook post. “Completely uncalled for after he tried to cut in front of her and then blamed her. WOW, can somebody say road rage and attitude issues? He’s done this time to more than one female in the last few weeks. Dude from Petal, MS.”

According to Hansen’s LinkedIn page, he worked for Lex Joon Racing recently. He volunteered for the team during the recent Virginia NHRA Nationals at Virginia Motorsports Park in North Dinwiddie, Virginia from May 13th through 15th.

His LinkedIn page says that he worked for Lex Joon Racing. However, since the video came out, he deleted much information on the page.

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We reached out to Lex. He confirmed that Hansen volunteered for the team in Virginia.

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“Well, that was obviously the one and only time he worked with us,” Joon said. “I’m not the person or team that would be involved with a person like that.”

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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